Finding Julien – Love in Secret Book 1
Bookreview / March 5, 2016

Finding Julien is the first book in the new Love in Secret series by Genevieve Wolfe. As far as I know this is the first book I read from this author, but if they are all like this, I will be wanting more. The story is sweet, romantic, breath taking and just very good written. I loved it so much !! Julien is the youngest son of a British aristocrat and just turned 21. He has enrolled in a college in Boston looking to get as far away from his family as possible. They will never accept that he is gay and so he needs to get some distance from them to find himself. Darius is a college student, working as a bartender in his uncles club. He is completely focused on work and school. He doesn’t want to let anyone in his heart, because he knows it will end up hurting him again. And he will do anything to prevent that from happening. But then Julien walks in to the club with some friends, celebrating his 21st birthday. The attraction between them is fast and instant, but will they be able to make it work? The constant threat of…

Exchange of Hearts
Bookreview / December 13, 2015

Exchange of Hearts is the latest novel by one of my favorite authors N.R. Walker. As we all know I wasn’t a big fan of the Cronin series, but this book more than made up for it. I read this one in a few hours, just couldn’t stop until it was finished. I LOVED IT !! Harrison Haddon is 18 years old and has been alone all his life. Sure his parents are rich, but he has grown up surrounded by nannies and all material things he could wish for. But all he has ever wanted was the approval of his father. Now he is send away to boarding school and expected to follow in his fathers footsteps and become a doctor. But Harrison doesn’t want to be a doctor. He wants to be a classical pianist, but his parents would never allow such a thing. Then Levi Aston comes in for three months. On an exchange program from London, he is able to convince Harrison not to give up on his dreams so soon. Levi is a free spirit and always does whatever he wants to do. In those three months Harrison and Levi fall deeply in love and…

All Man
Bookreview / August 7, 2015

All Man is the latest novel by one of my favorite authors, Jay Northcote. It is a spin off to Top Me Maybe, that was published earlier, but can be read as a separate story. And to say that Jay delivered again would be an understatement. I absolutely LOVED this story, as short as it sadly was. Official publication is on August 8, but Jay Northcote allowed me to read an ARC, for which I am very grateful. In the story we meet Julian, or Jules as he prefers to be called. He works in a small salon, lusting after men he will never have, living together with his best friend. But one day in walks Gareth to fit in some new sinks for the salon. Jules is immediately in love with the man who is exactly his type. Gareth is exactly the opposite of Jules. very burly and manly, exactly what Jules likes. Unfortunately Gareth is most likely straight, or so Jules thinks. Oh well, it can’t hurt to look and enjoy now can it. When the weekend finally arrives, Jules and his best friend decide to check out some new gay club in town, drinking and dancing the…

For a Rainy Afternoon
Bookreview / April 26, 2015

For a Rainy Afternoon by R.J. Scott is part of the Tales of the Curious Cookbook series. Its a series of so far six novels by different authors, but all with the same curious cookbook as a central theme. This is part 1 in the series. Robbie MacIntyre runs the small post office in some small town near London. Nothing exciting ever happens there and Robbie is some what bored. But then the owner of the post office dies and leaves the place to Robbie. Everything else is left to some American nephew no one ever heard of, Jason Young. Soon Jason comes to the village to inspect the place and Robbie immediately falls for the guy head over heels. In the house Jason finds a mysterious box containing several first editions and a cookbook. That is when the story really gets interesting. In my younger years I was a great fan of Agatha Christie stories, especially because they were set in a small English town. The town in this book some what reminds me of that. And of course I think England is a great country on its own. If the rest of the series is as good as…

Nothing Special
Bookreview / February 6, 2015

Nothing Special is so far the latest edition to the Nothing… ┬áseries by Jay Northcote. ┬áSo far this is my favorite one. In this story we meet Noah, an ordinary guy who works in a bookstore and has a major crush on a guy he sees every day in the subway. He doesn’t know anything about the guy, but he looks forward to meeting him every day. But how to get in touch with his dream man? Then a friend of Noah convinces him to do something very brave and he gets to talk to Sol, his dream guy. They hit it off straight away and want to try and make the record for the worlds longest first date. But still somewhere in the back of his mind, Noah thinks he is not good enough for Sol. Surely Sol could have anyone he wants. Will they stay together and will Noah deal with his fears? I really really hope Jay writes more books in this series, because I really like the stories. Guys who don’t think they are good enough, but learn to deal with fears in the best way possible. I really don’t like stories that are all about…